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for 2016? karl rove and the clinton camp tonight on "the kelly file". >>> and breaking tonight, the white house has been caught red-handed again, misleading the american people on the truth about obamacare. welcome to "the kelly file" everyone, i'm megyn kelly, two weeks ago the white house touted the number of people getting coverage thanks to the president's health care law. a record 6 million people are supposed to get coverage because of obamacare. six million, listen. >> more than 2.1 million people who have enrolled in private plans and 3.9 million americans who learned they're eligible for coverage through medicaid and the children's health insurance program. because of the affordable care act you're looking at this enrollment pickup. >> that is a white house senior adviser saying nearly 4 million americans are now eligible for medicaid coverage thanks to obamacare. that was false. that was untrue. it was grossly misleading. the senior elections analyst for the well-respected real clear politics, sat down and crunched the numbers, concluding that only 380,000 new medicaid enrollees
, is the only one that can give hillary clinton a fight for the presidency. so what do they do, the republicans, if they can't weather this storm and this guy is not up for it anymore? >>> plus, president obama's candid rare comments about race in this country. the president said there is no doubt some americans don't like him because they don't like the idea of a black president. he just said that. he also said some voters give him the benefit of the doubt because he is african american. it's unusual talk from the president who generally shies away from the topic, as we know. any way, mr. obama said he might not be the big change he promised to be. he is now talking like he is ready to tee things up for hillary already in 2016. >>> finally, let me finish with sarah palin's sinister remarks about the president playing the race card. and that is "hardball," the place for politics. you can separate runway ridiculousness... from fashion that flies off the shelves. and from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. and only national is ranked highest
in the business. and we're going to talk clinton and christie, the two presidential front-runners, who are both having a pretty bad week. let's start with hillary clinton and national security. there's a new senate report on benghazi which left four americans, including the united states ambassador, dead. this report is a lot bigger than just hillary clinton. it not only concludes the attack was preventable, it says both the u.s. state department and the intelligence community made major mistakes. while clinton isn't mentioned by name in the report, she clearly is the person most at risk and who has the most to lose, which undoubtedly is why she continues to behave as if she was never the secretary of state, doesn't know what you're talking about and can't imagine why we keep discussing it. >> or maybe it's that republicans are absolutely obsessed with using benghazi to try to take down a candidacy that hasn't even launched yet. >> although that was a bipartisan report. >> it was a bipartisan report that dianne feinstein, the senate chairman of the intelligence committee, who put out a statemen
to a new book claiming that hillary clinton has so called political hilt list, among the biggest names, senator john kerry, patrick leahy, democrats. not mention senator claire mccaskill. the chief investigator for bill clinton's presidency, matt bennett worked in the clinton administration. let me start with you, you did a movie with hillary clinton claiming this is what he's about, as i said last night, in mrs. clinton's defense, if this is true, wouldn't you keep a list if people who you backed for office then turned around and refused to back you? what's wrong with having a list of -- these are the ones i like, and these are the ones i don't. >> you know, megan, it's interesting. politicians do that all the time. but it's really the pattern of lists. the clintons like to keep lists, back in the '90s during the clinton administration, when they were in power, they kept lists, sometimes they came into power with lists, like the travel office, they fired everyone in the travel office, and actually criminally indicted some of them, and they were found not guilty, these people use nixon
. harry truman called the white house the great white jail. president clinton said it was the crown jewel in the federal penitentiary system. president obama said what the mistakes of his first term was failing to break out of the white house and mover of the country as much as he showed a tiny stream to change that now. so we've had the problem. church radios have biases funded johnson's 45 years ago wrote a book called the twilight of the presidency and he said the biggest problem he could see coming from the presidency was being isolated from reality. if anything, it's gotten worse in them because of many of the fact as i'm about to talk about. some of them are positive thing from the president's day-to-day life. the president has treated like a king in some ways. ichat white house staff that is there to do whatever the president wants. in addition to the official political staff. there's camp david, presidential retreat, air force one and i wrote a book about air force one that i can tell you of the five presidents have cover, does that mean they always say the most when they leave of
clinton hasn't >>> hillary clinton hasn't exactly been flying under the radar. >> clearly when you look at the democratic potential nominees, she's leaps and bounds ahead of everyone else. >> "time" magazine asking if she's a shoe in for 2016. >> can anyone stop hillary? >> can anyone stop hillary? >> this shows hillary clinton and, can anyone stop hillary? >> the job of a person who designs magazine covers to get that magazine cover on television. so person who designed that cover, mission accomplished. cover of "time" magazine fueling continued speculation about hillary clinton's political future, every single day until she declares she's running for president. some say she's not made up her mind yet and i believe them. hillary clinton has not made up her mind. but what's remarkable watching this whole thing unfold, it doesn't really matter what hillary clinton wants. because as in a greek tragedy, the fates have ordained what she's supposed to do, the chorus are lifting her up and are walking her towards the podium where she'll make her announcement. hillary clinton may be thinking a
's the day that clinton decided not to run in '88. but that breakfast, those are two of the hidden days of movement. >> i understand. >> all right. >> comrade, it'll be a pleasure to see you on friday. book's already signed. >> but i'll sign it, i want to really personalize it. >> i just wanted to pay my respects. i though you're not dead. [laughter] >> that's right. almost. >> not dead yet. >> yeah, not yet. [inaudible conversations] or. >> good evening. thank you all, thank you all for coming. this is just -- [inaudible] thank you. good evening, thank you for coming. i'm bruce reed, i'm pinch hitting for, as host this evening for connie millstein, the hostess with the mostest and her wonderful husband j.c.. we're incredible grateful to coppny for everything she's done -- connie for everything she's done there for this city,s country, for the new democrat movement. she's a magnificent philanthropist and has the biggest heart and the biggest laugh that washington has seen in a long time. it's a shame that she couldn't be here tonight because out of all the remarkable projects that she h
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to the attacks. committee republicans issued a blistering attack on former secretary of state hillary clinton who last year tried to rebut charges of a cover-up. >> what difference, at this point, does it make? it is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, senator. >> reporter: the republican committee members categorically blamed clinton citing at the end of the day she was responsible for ensuring the safety of all the americans serving in our diplomatic facilities. that will be fodder for any presidential campaign. >> she herself says the buck stops at the top and she was in charge of this and the state department at the time. >> reporter: hillary clinton office referred all questions back to the state department which told nbc news we are focused on improving the secu securing of our embassies and leave politics to others. >>> the report also concluded that baeed stevens requested additional security on at least three separate occasions, joe. still quite a lot of confusion about what actually happened in benghazi but it seems like
report points the finger of blame directly at hillary clinton's state department for the failures leading up to the death of four americans. welcome to "the kelly file" everyone, a busy night tonight. the report is out and the findings are clear. a 15-month report determines not only was al-qaeda behind the attacks contrary to what the white house and "the new york times" told the world but that it could and should have been prevented. the report concludes as follows, this is a quote. the failures of benghazi can be summed up this way, the americans serving in libya were vulnerable, the state department knew they were vulnerable and no one in the state department did anything about it. the intelligence committee does not collect threats in dangerous places so it can be ignored by senior decision-makers. yet the intelligence warnings in the field were met by this administration with a deafening silence, the four americans who were killed deserved better. our chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge with more. >> well, good evening, the claims that this was the work of extremists
't. you don't. >> i learned that hillary clinton looks at the calendar, she might decide, no, i don't want to do this again, and not run for president. it's a possibility. >> it's a possibility. what did you learn? >> hardened political reporter like chuck todd, who has seen everything, still scared by devil baby. scared. >> mike barnicle, way too early. what time is it? >> normally time for chuck, and now a new one with chuck todd. >> my back. >> take it away. >> demon baby was in the green room, anyway. benghazi versus the bridge. a new report fuels critics on the right with a talking point to try to tackle hillary clinton, but the perception problem for clinton is different than what's facing chris christie. the new poll numbers will explain. >>> also, as president obama talks college costs with university leader, we'll hear from the education secretary himself, apartment tartie dunca they're making progress on the high price tags for college. >>> good morning. this is "daily rundown," and oscar nominee day. it's a punny day here, with the gravity of every political situation is taken v
blame directly on hillary clinton, the person. the report never mentions her name, by the way. >>> the jersey jam and benghazi. why bridgegate, or road hog i call it pose as much bigger threat to chris christie than what happened in benghazi to hillary clinton. that's what we think. >>> finally, let me finish with more on this new bipartisan senate report on benghazi that backs up to the t, to the dotted i susan rice. boy does she look good now. and this is "hardball," the place for politics. ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ [ male announcer ] the beautifully practical and practically beautiful cadillac srx. lease this 2014 cadillac srx for around $319 a month with premium care maintenance included. ♪ >>> take a look at this nugget from our new nbc marist poll. texas senator ted cruz, the flavor of the month among republicans for much of 2013, has fallen off the map. here is who republicans and republican-leaning independents say they support in the 2016 presidential primary race. chri
found, interesting. >> it is said that bill clinton wanted to be a great demand. he felt like he didn't have an opportunity for the kind of challenge that might have made him perceive is a great man. >> it is related to war, which in a sense is something not he meant it that way, but unattractive about talking about it. >> nevertheless. >> i think that goes to obama in a sense. he goes to the syrian debate. theowerfully feels that formative experience in his life in terms of foreign policy that they shaped his thinking about his term in office is as recent as the iraq war. this is not buddy -- this is not somebody shaped by vietnam or rwanda. what is shaping him is the notion of disastrous geopolitically and humanistic lee disastrous intervention in iraq. it makes them think many times over about getting involved in something like serial. the chair you sit in now was his former secretary of defense who for that same reason advice and not to go into libya. >> i know. secretary gates advised not to go to libya. and then advised him on syria as well. and, they had differences over osama
of these women, barbara bush is between two much more publicly active first ladies. nancy reagan, hillary clinton. arbor bush talks about her approach to the job and whether or not -- barbara bush talks about her approach to the job. >> if you ever wanted to give advice or talk about policy with your husband, how would you do that? >> if i wanted to, i would just tell them. to.truth is, i did not want he had great advisers. i never called his office to say,if i had something to i would say it to george bush. what i did not call jim baker. baker.i did not call jim i have never had an office except in the house. at the white house, i had an office, but i never went to it. i did not get into his office affairs. >> described her approach. became first lady, she wanted to do something positive every day and she set out with her staff to do that. she looked up potential for her literacy project, some of the other thing she was interested in, and it was full speed ahead to try to do that one good thing every day. >> as you look through the documentary, where can you see through historical documents evid
. straight ahead, bad news for president obama and former secretary of state hillary clinton. are they going to regret these words? >> with this endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals, washington has taken its eye off the ball. >> was this because of a protest or because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they would go kill some americans? what difference, at this point, does it make? >> well, a senate panel releasing a blunt bipartisanship report of benghazi today. that latest coming up. plus a new war movie drawing crowds and growing controversy. >> new taliban commander. >> killed 20 marines last week. 20. >> going in. >> why is "lone survivor" under under attack? find out next. >>> new war movie is winning big at the box office. taking heavy fire. the film tells the story of naval seals taking out the taliban. critics are calling it war propaganda. >> killed 20 marines last week. 20. we let him go, 20 more will die next week. 40 more the week after that our job is to stop shaw. why do these men have a right to dictate how we do our job? >> rul
conservation. he'll be here exclusively. >>> plus the class of 2016 under fire. hillary clinton and chris christie. i'll talk to two republicans who say she should take a lesson from him. john mccain and rudy giuliani are here. >>> and new year new you. if there's one thing everyone need it's money advice. i've got the perfect person for that, dave ramsey. he is here live with the five things you need to do to put your financial house in order. >>> we begin with someone who may be the most controversial man on planet earth right now. corely nolton says he's been getting death threats since he paid $350,000 for the right to hunt and kill a rare black african rhino. he joins me now exclusively. corey, welcome to the show. tap your name into any form of social media right now and never mind animals you want to kill, people want to kill you. how do you justify what you have done? >> well, i justify anytime the name of conservation. in belief system in sustainable use. i am very knowledgeable and very educated on the subject about what's going on. the moneys needed. i think i got a l
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, in this new poll, a hypothetical matchup between hillary clinton and chris christie a month ago it was neck-and-neck, 42% for hillary clinton and 41 -- 42% for christie and 41% for clinton. look at it now. 38% for christie and 46 for hillary. how much trouble is the governor in now? >> you can't say at this point whether or not that will happen. this is not, at this point, a fatal issue for him. what will be fatal if we find out relatively quickly that he knew more than he is letting on or that he had in that long, rambling press conference that he had. but here's the flip side of that, which is that other things happen in the news and if something -- another big political thing pops up before we know whether or not chris christie was completely part of this scandal, if it turns out that he's telling the truth, he was not aware of what was happening, even though it happened under his watch and under his nose, he basically told the truth and got rid of the people who were responsible, he has gotten more national exposure than he could possibly buy. that means that he has actually raised his
are circling the wagons around their 2016 golden girl, hillary clinton, this comes after the senate intelligence committee released its scathing report on the benghazi terrorist attack. now, the findings are leaving many of us to question clinton's competency as a leader. and first, there is a look at what else is on tonight in this jam-packed edition of "hannity." let the cover-up begin. two victims of the irs targeting scandal are here tonight in regard to the committee's decision not to look into this probe. >> i'm telling my government that you have forgotten. >> a robotic devil baby terrorizes new york city. and the shocking comment of a victoria secret employee, what she told the mother. >> you can go outside to the ally. >> i was not born to have sex with a married man, if i was, i would have flirted with matt lauer when he came over to my house for the christmas party. >> the popular sitcom. the president of the media research center is here to explain why he thinks this show is too hot for tv. "hannity" starts right here, right now. only once, that is how many times hillary
republican who was beating hillary clinton in any poll at any time. >> i certainly under the potential motivation of the democrats. at the same time, isn't that the classic deflection? what about the merits? you heard the hoboken mayor. had you have seen some of the evidence trail. these are senior aide who's ordered this closure. how concerned are you about, let me start with, this new charge of bullying. how much weight do you give that? >> well, i don't know. mayor zimder just shortly before she made this revelation said that she didn't believe that any holdup in the funds had anything to do with any kind of retribution for not endorsing the governor. i'm informed she said that. she also said she liked working with governor christie. so i this i you have to look at her current statement in light of her former statementses before this became al orchestrated pilon. look, the allegations are serious about the closure of the bridge. no question about it. but on the other hand, the governor faced up to the allegations in a very serious way. >> you're a former prosecutor. >> an hour and a
the last hour or so, clearly shows he's lost some ground to hillary clinton in a hypothetical president california contest in 2016. and let's be honest, the reason we're so interested in this story, because he was one of the front runners for the republican presidential nomination. in december, look how close it was. christie, 42. clinton 41. now christie 38, clinton 46. now, it's very early in this process, a lot can change. but does show the political price he's already starting to pay. >> and he's paying a political price with independent voters. those are the people that he is saying the republican party you need to attract to win a presidential race. i can get those independent voters, look at what i did in the state of new jersey. i got independent, i got democrats to vote for me, as well as republicans. so if you look inside these numbers, he's really losing ground with those independents. what's interesting to me, wolf, though, is that his numbers, as far as republicans are concerned, remain pretty much the same. republicans are sticking with chris christie. but it's those indep
much. hammering hillary clinton. some top people are blaming hillary and an assault on her qualifications. >>> and robert gates with his take on benghazi and bombshells about president obama and vice president biden in his new book. >>> and nuclear nightmare. a massive sheeting scandal at the u.s. military is blowing holes in the hopes that the most powerful weapons are safe. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." some top republicans seem more determined than ever to make hillary clinton pay a political price for the attack on u.s. diplomats in benghazi, libya, as the 2016 presidential buzz of clinton gets louder and louder. partisan debate about her leadership. elise labott is standing by and has the latest on the tough attacks today. elise? >> that's right, wolf. hillary clinton is putting finishing touches on her book. it will address benghazi. republicans are making sure that the issues stay front and center. just hours ago, the political fight over benghazi spilled on to the senate floor with hillary clinton's former colleagues questioning her role. >> she
about hillary clinton. you wrote that hillary told the president in front of you, her surge had been political because she was facing obama in an iowa primary, and the president conceded vaguely that his opposition to iraq and the surge had also been political. the two of them make these admissions in front of me was as surprising as it was disane. are you really suggesting that hillary clinton put her own personal ambition above our troops? >>. >> i think the book is clear that when the president responded to her comments, he was agreeing that opposition to the surge broadly had been political. i believe that, having lived through that in the spring of 2007 up on the hill. there are two things that made me remember what hillary clinton had said. the first was, i was on the opposite side of the table. admiral mullen and i used to joke. particularly in the first months of the obama administration, everyone would trash the bush administration and. >> good thing you're not there. >> what a bunch of bums the bush team were and everything. we're thinking, what, are we invisible? we were i
and feed on republicans the way they don't against democrats. >> hillary clinton, come on. >> what about hillary clinton? >> ms. stiletto in "time" magazine. >> of course, that's my point. >> i like to look at individual stories. i was critical of a cnn report which everybody picked up which said that christie is now under a second federal investigation for possibly abusing hurricane sandy funds because he and his family appeared in hurricane sandy ads. so i think it's important to make a dstingation here, those seem to be legitimate stories, that one seems to me to be hype. >> remember the national stories, that's my point, the idea that somehow the entire national press corps thinks christie is -- >> he is the chairman of the republican governor's association. and has been seen as the front-runner. i'm not saying that coverage hasn't been accepted. there has been accepted coverage on certain networks, but i am saying that this is a national figure who deserves that kind of scrutiny. >> okay, where is anybody said, we had a report that came out this week about benghazi, which was incred
. >> hillary clinton, come on. >> what about headquarter lk? >> miss still leto in "time" magazine. >> defensive. >> of course. >> i like to look at individual stories. so i was critical of this kcnn report which everybody has picked up which said christie is under another federal investigation because of on on possibly misusing hurricane funds because he and his family appeared in ads. i think it's important to make a distinction here between the mayor of hoboken and the mayor of new jersey city. these were elected officials. maybe they are motivated to pile on. these seem to be legitimate stories but that one seems to be hyped. >> the idea that entire national press corps thinks christie is the most explosive person in the land -- >> jonah, it is -- he is the chairman of the republican governor's association. and has been seen as the front-runner. i'm not saying that coverage hasn't been excessive. there has been excessive coverage on certain networks. but i am saying that this is a national figure who deserves that kinds of voout scrutiny. >> we had a report that came out this w
's sworn in for a term. today we ask should hillary clinton get as much scrutiny for benghazi as christie is for bridgegate. a chat about income inequality. >>> potential double trouble for target customers. e-mails going out to customers could be a scam. we're going to walk you through what you need to know so you don't get fooled again. hi, everyone. i'm gretchen carlson. for the very first time we're getting a look at all three black widow terror suspects the russians believe plotting an attack on next month's olympic games. they believe one, a 22-year-old widow of islamic militant may have made it past the so-called ring of security in sochi. this just days after a video posted online warning vladimir putin to expect a present at the games. meantime pentagon preparing two navy warships in case it needs to evacuate officials and athletes. live in the studio with the latest on what this all means. hi, jonathan. >> the truth is even the russian security service itself may not know exactly how many of these so-called black widows they are looking for. we know there are at least flee. we k
. >>> if the shoe fits, as the political world waits for clinton to make a move, "time's" new cover asks, can anyone stop hillary? >>> and reporting for duty, my interview with former defense secretary robert gates. on the president's team of rivals, the only american soldier still a prisoner of war from the afghan conflict and the fallout over hillary's handling of benghazi. >> but it seems to me that the critical questions are what was offered to the ambassador, what did he reject? what did he ask for, and was it turned down and if so, who turned it down and what time line. and did the question ever get to hillary or was the decision made by the undersecretary or the deputy secretary or somebody else. >> good day, i'm andrea mitchell in washington. it's back to normal i guess for chris christie with a big twist though. governor christie resumed his public schedule this morning but bridgegate isn't going away. right now the new jersey assembly is holding a special session focused on the september lane closures. and we could be hearing more about those subpoenas in this hour. joining me now for our
for the white house in 2016. governor chris christie on the right. hillary clinton on the left. both facing political controversies. is it all going to matter in the end? >>> it's a big night for one female comic joining the cast of "snl" tonight. how much pressure will sasheer zamata be under? when you have diabetes like i do, getting the right nutrition isn't always easy. first, i want a way to help minimize my blood sugar spikes. then, a way to support heart health. ♪ and let's not forget immune support. ♪ but now i have new glucerna advance with three benefits in one. including carbsteady ultra to help minimize blood sugar spikes. it's the best from glucerna. [ male announcer ] new glucerna advance. from the brand doctors recommend most. advancing nutrition for diabetes. >>> now to give you a chance to relax a little bit on this saturday. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. start easy. ease into the saturday. here are five stories we're watching this morning. >> number one, california's governor declares a drought emergency yesterday while the colby fire burns north of los an
and former secretary of state hillary clinton. are they going to regret these words? >> with this endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals, washington has taken its eye off the ball. >> was this because of a protest or because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they would go kill some americans? what difference, at this point, does it make? >> well, a senate panel releasing a blunt bipartisanship report of benghazi today. that latest coming up. plus a new war movie drawing crowds and growing controversy. >> new taliban commander. >> killed 20 marines last week. 20. >> going in. >> why is "lone survivor" under under attack? find out next. eryone's favorite fettuccine alfredo and our classic lasagna. plus uimited soup or salad, and warm breadsticks. signature favorites nojust ten dollars, mondhrough thursday, at olive garden. the #1 selling pain reliever, in one cold medicine. advil congestion relief. it delivers a one-two punch at pain and sinus pressure with the power of advil and a nasal decongestant in a single pill. advil congestion relief.
found really interesting. >> rose: it is said that bill clinton wanted very much to be a great man and he felt like he didn't have an opportunity for the kind of challenge that might have made him be perceived as a great man. >> and it was related to war which in a seasons is something -- not that clinton necessarily meant it that way but there's something unattractive -- >> rose: i never had a war so therefore i can't be a great man. >> but i think that goes to obama in a sense that and it goes the syria debate. i think he powerfully feels that the formative experience in his life in terms of foreign policy that is shaped all his thinking about his term in office is as recent as the iraq war. this is not somebody shaped by vietnam, not somebody shaped by bosnia or kosovo or rwanda. what's really shaping him is the notion of disastrous geopolitically and humanistally disastrous intervention in iraq makes him think not once but twice and many, many times over about getting involved in something like syria. >> rose: yeah, but the chair you sit in now sitting in that chair was his for
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for hillary clinton. >> 4 in 10 veoters say christie is a bully. >> we has a nation remain stuck in the news traffic jam. >> chris christie's jersey jam. >> come on! >> chris christie and the problems he's had. >> he's a good politician. he's great at defending himself. >> simultaneously, his political career could be finished. >> that's the problem with christie. it's out of his hands. >> in terms of vetting, in terms of the department of justice investigations. >> he has a long road ahead. >> i have had no contact with david wildstein in a long time. >> so we see that wall street journal picture. >> appearing to interact with wildstein on september 11, 2013, the third day of the lane closures themselves. >> decisions for key players come as early as tomorrow. >> when they testify, what's going to be his position then? >> if you want to talk about salt in the wound, there's this. ♪ i was with pissed off drivers ♪ ♪ with no place to go >> the bos with jimmy fallon. a parody that had to hurt. ♪ the new jersey traffic jam s a parody that had to hurt. ♪ the new jersey traffic jam >> t
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